Embassy Attorney Policy

The government’s policy barring attorneys from attending passport and Consular Reports of Birth Abroad interviews at the U.S. Embassy in Djibouti was a violation of due process, a federal court in New York ruled. Plaintiffs testified that embassy employees routinely confiscated their passports and other documents and would be “detained for hours without food, water, or their required medication.”

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HIV-Positive Airmen Fight to Keep Jobs in Fourth Circuit

It took a few years for Victor Voe to realize how important his job in the Air Force really was. While he’d been serving maintenance duty on bases for years, with multiple tours overseas taking him to the Korean Peninsula and the Middle East, it wasn’t until he had the chance to serve in the Honor Guard that he realized what it meant to serve his country. 

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